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Norfolk.

For miscellaneous and contingent expenses of the cur- County taz, rent year, a sum not exceeding four thousand dollars.

And the county commissioners of said county are hereby authorized to levy as the county tax of said county for the current year, in the manner provided by law, the sum of one hundred forty thousand four hundred seventeen dollars and sixty-one cents, to be expended, together with the cash balance on hand and the receipts from other sources, for the above purposes.

Approved April 1, 1902.

RESOLVE GRANTING A COUNTY TAX FOR THE COUNTY OF PLYMOUTH.

Chap. 51 Resolved, That the following sums are hereby appro- County tax, priated for the expenses of the county of Plymouth for Plymouth. the year

nineteen hundred and two : For interest on county debt, a sum not exceeding two thousand five hundred dollars.

For reduction of county debt, a sum not exceeding fifteen thousand six hundred seventy-two dollars and seventy-nine cents.

For salaries of county officers and assistants, fixed by law, a sum not exceeding nine thousand six hundred dollars.

For clerical assistance in county offices, a sum not exceeding five thousand five hundred dollars.

For salaries and expenses of district and police courts, a sum not exceeding fifteen thousand five hundred dollars.

For salaries of jailers, masters and assistants, and support of prisoners in jails and houses of correction, a sum not exceeding thirteen thousand five hundred dollars.

For criminal costs in the superior court, a sum not exceeding sixteen thousand dollars.

For civil expenses in the supreme judicial and superior courts, a sum not exceeding ten thousand dollars.

For transportation expenses of county and associate commissioners, a sum not exceeding four hundred dollars.

For medical examiners, inquests, and commitments of the insane, a sum not exceeding three thousand dollars.

For auditors, masters and referees, a sum not exceeding two thousand dollars.

For repairing, furnishing and improving county build

County tax,
Plymouth,

ings, a sum not exceeding three thousand five hundred dollars.

For fuel, lights and supplies in county buildings, other than jails and houses of correction, and for care of the same, a sum not exceeding three thousand five hundred dollars.

For highways, bridges and land damages, a sum not exceeding ten thousand dollars.

For truant schools, a sum not exceeding three thousand dollars.

For miscellaneous and contingent expenses of the current year, a sum not exceeding six thousand eight hundred seventy-four dollars and nineteen cents.

And the county commissioners of said county are hereby authorized to levy as the county tax of said county for the current year, in the manner provided by law, the sum of ninety thousand dollars, to be expended, together with the cash balance on hand and the receipts from other sources, for the above purposes.

Approved April 1, 1902.

Chap. 52 RESOLVE GRANTING A COUNTY TAX FOR THE COUNTY OF DUKES

COUNTY.

County tax,
Dukes County.

Resolved, That the following sums are hereby appropriated for the expenses of the county of Dukes County for the year nineteen hundred and two :

For interest on county debt, a sum not exceeding three hundred dollars.

For salaries of county officers and assistants, fixed by law, a sum not exceeding two thousand two hundred dollars.

For clerical assistance in county offices, a sum not exceeding one hundred and fifty dollars.

For salaries and expenses of district and police courts, a sum not exceeding eight hundred dollars.

For salaries of jailers, masters and assistants, and support of prisoners in jails and houses of correction, a sum not exceeding tive hundred dollars.

For criminal costs in the superior court, a sum not exceeding two hundred dollars.

For civil expenses in the supreme judicial and superior courts, a sum not exceeding nine hundred dollars.

For transportation expenses of county and associate commissioners, a sum not exceeding fifty dollars.

For medical examiners, inquests, and commitments of County tax,

Dukes County. the insane, a sum not exceeding one hundred dollars.

For auditors, masters and referees, a sum not exceeding one hundred dollars.

For repairing, furnishing and improving county buildings, a sum not exceeding seven hundred dollars.

For fuel, lights and supplies in county buildings, other than jails and houses of correction, and for care of the same, a sum not exceeding four hundred dollars.

For highways, bridges and land damages, a sum not exceeding one thousand seven hundred dollars.

For miscellaneous and contingent expenses of the current year, a sum not exceeding eleven hundred dollars.

And the county commissioners of said county are hereby authorized to levy as the county tax of said county for the current year, in the manner provided by law, the sum of eight thousand eight hundred dollars, to be expended, together with the cash balance on hand and the receipts from other sources, for the above purposes.

Approved April 1, 1902.

RESOLVE GRANTING A COUNTY TAX FOR THE COUNTY OF WORCES

Chap 53 TER. Resolved, That the following sums are hereby appro- County tax, priated for the expenses of the county of Worcester for Worcester. the year nineteen hundred and two :

For interest on county debt, a sum not exceeding twelve thousand dollars.

For reduction of county debt, a sum not exceeding forty thousand dollars.

For salaries of county officers and assistants, fixed by law, a sum not exceeding twenty-five thousand dollars.

For clerical assistance in county offices, a sum not exceeding thirty-eight thousand dollars.

For salaries and expenses of district and police courts, a sum not exceeding forty-five thousand dollars.

For salaries of jailers, masters and assistants, and support of prisoners in jails and houses of correction, a sum not exceeding fifty thousand dollars.

For criminal costs in the superior court, a sum not exceeding twenty thousand dollars.

For civil expenses in the supreme judicial and superior courts, a sum not exceeding twenty thousand dollars.

County tax,
Worcester.

For trial justices, a sum not exceeding five thousand dollars.

For transportation expenses of county and associate commissioners, a sum not exceeding eight hundred dollars.

For medical examiners, inquests, and commitments of the insane, a sum not exceeding ten thousand dollars.

For auditors, masters and referees, a sum not exceeding five thousand dollars.

For repairing, furnishing and improving county buildings, a sum not exceeding tive thousand dollars.

For fuel, lights and supplies in county buildings, other than jails and houses of correction, and for care of the same, a sum not exceeding twenty-five thousand dollars.

For highways, bridges and land damages, a sum not exceeding twenty-one thousand dollars.

For truant schools, a sum not exceeding ten thousand dollars.

For miscellaneous and contingent expenses of the current year, a sum not exceeding seventeen thousand two hundred dollars.

And the county commissioners of said county are hereby authorized to levy as the county tax of said county for the current year, in the manner provided by law, the sum of two hundred and eighty thousand dollars, to be expended, together with the cash balance on hand and the receipts from other sources, for the above purposes.

Approved April 8, 1902.

Chap 54

Daniel Coonan.

RESOLVE IN FAVOR OF DANIEL COONAN. Resolvedl, That there be allowed and paid out of the treasury of the Commonwealth, from the Massachusetts Volunteers' Fund, the sum of three hundred and twentyfive dollars to Daniel Coonan, who served in the civil war as a member of the thirty-sixth regiment, Massachusetts volunteers, to the credit of the city of Worcester, and who never received the state bounty promised for such service.

Approved April 8, 1902.

LAWS.

Chap. 55 RESOLVE TO PROVIDE FOR THE PUBLICATION OF CERTAIN SPECIAL

Resolved, That the special acts of this Commonwealth, passed in the years eighteen hundred and ninety-eight to

Certain special laws to be pub. lished.

nineteen hundred and one, inclusive, be collated and published under the direction of the secretary of the Commonwealth, in a yolume as nearly as may be in conformity with the volume of special laws last printed.

Resolved, That fifteen hundred copies of the volume Distribution. aforesaid be printed and distributed as follows:- One hundred copies for use in the various state offices and in the committee rooms and offices of the two branches of the general court; one copy to each member of the present general court; one copy to each of the justices of the supreme judicial and superior courts and to each judge of probate and insolvency; two hundred copies for the state library, six copies of which shall be preserved upon the shelves, and the residue used in exchanges ; one copy to each city and town in the Commonwealth, to be placed in the city or town library, when such library exists; one copy to each public and each incorporated library in the ('ommonwealth, other than a city or town library ; one copy to each registry of deeds; one copy to each of the clerks of the courts in each county ; fifty copies to be retained in the office of the secretary of the Commonwealth ; and the remaining copies to be disposed of by the secretary of the Commonwealth to individual purchasers at cost, the money received therefor to be paid into the treasury of the Commonwealth : provided, that Proviso, etc. no copies shall be sold for the purpose of re-sale. The secretary shall cause to be pasted on the inside of the cover of each copy delivered by him to any public officer for the use of his office a paper stating that fact, and that such copy is to be transmitted by the present incumbent at the expiration of his term of office to his successor in such office.

Approved April 8, 1902.

RESOLVE IN FAVOR OF FREDERICK C. MARGERUM.

Chap. 56 Resolved, That there be allowed and paid out of the Frederick C. treasury of the Commonwealth the sum of one hundred Margerum, and twenty-five dollars to Frederick C. Margerum of Worcester, or his legal representatives, a veteran of the civil war who served in the fifteenth Massachusetts regiment, company G, to the credit of the town of Grafton, and who never received a bounty for such service.

Approved April 8, 1902.

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